African Communities Together (ACT) is an organization of African immigrants fighting for civil rights, opportunity, and a better life for our families here in the U.S. and worldwide. ACT works to support and empower African immigrants to integrate socially, advance economically, and engage civically. ACT connects African immigrants to services, empowers our members to develop as grassroot leaders, and leads campaigns for social change. ACT’s African immigrant membership comes from a diverse range of nationalities, cultures, and languages, and is religiously diverse, majority women, and predominantly working-class and low income.
ACT seeks to hire a Pennsylvania Director to provide effective, dynamic leadership to grow the membership base, campaigns, and programs of our newest regional chapter. The PA Director will report directly to ACT’s Executive Director. Key responsibilities include:
This position will work primarily from ACT’s offices in Philadelphia and in the field; it is not a remote or work-from-home position.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent preferred. Relevant professional degree, such as MPA or JD, is desirable and will count towards minimum professional experience requirement.
ACT offers competitive salary, benefits, and leave policies. Baseline salary is $85,000; additional compensation negotiable based on experience. Additional benefits include employer-paid health insurance; pension contribution (SEP); professional development; vacation and personal leave; and a sabbatical/longevity bonus.
To apply, please submit your resume along with a brief cover letter describing your interest in the position here.
Applicants are encouraged to submit applications by June 25, 2022; however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
ACT is an affirmative action employer, and strongly supports the social goals of affirmative action. We therefore make special efforts to recruit individuals from groups that are historically under-represented in professional environments, or that suffer from broader societal discrimination.